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A record of investigations into bovine trichomoniasis in five districts near Giessen. Good results in the control of the disease were obtained by the usual method of temporary suspension of service to allow of a separation of healthy and infected cattle, and the obtaining of new healthy bulls.
Cows ...

Author(s)
Heitgrek, W.
Publisher
Giessen,
Citation
Thesis, 1935, pp 81 pp.
Abstract

The author reviews the literature at length and gives his results in the collection of semen from bulls using the artificial vagina with live cows, the same with phantoms, and simple collection by rectal massage of the prostate, seminal vesicles and urethra.
The first method was found to be the...

Author(s)
Feiling, O.
Publisher
Giessen.,
Citation
Thesis, 1935, pp 80 pp.
Abstract

The commonest cause of cervicitis seems to be chronic endometritis. Injury and rupture of the mucosa and submucosa during parturition may facilitate bacterial infection of the cervix and thus create a primary cervicitis. Cervicitis due to Trichomonas infection and TB. are also encountered. Rectal...

Author(s)
Knüsel, F.
Citation
Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde, 1945, 87, pp 546-550
Abstract

This paper reviews the literature dealing with genital trichomoniasis in cattle and records the clinical observations made on 72 affected cattle.
In all cases, swelling of the vulva and a muco-purulent discharge appeared within a few hours of service. This discharge often disappeared a few hours...

Author(s)
Daust, E.
Citation
Tierarztliche Rundschau, 1934, 40, pp 465-467; 482-485; 500-505; 539-540.